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Your Money columns

Your Money articles are published in most issues of American Teacher and AFT On Campus. Written by former AFT national representative Don Kuehn, the column is intended to increase knowledge and awareness of financial issues of importance to members and retirees. Extended versions of the print articles appear online here.

2013

You really could save more
(March/April 2013, American Teacher and AFT On Campus)

More about ‘economic ecology’
(January/February 2013, American Teacher and AFT On Campus)

2012

The financial challenge facing women
(November/December 2012, American Teacher and AFT On Campus)

A crisis of financial illiteracy
(September/October 2012, American Teacher)

What went wrong with the 401(k)?
(May/June 2012, American Teacher)

Debit Cards ... more than meets the eye
(March/February 2012, American Teacher and AFT On Campus)

Stay the course in volatile markets
(January/February 2012, American Teacher and AFT On Campus)

2011

Some good news, some bad news
(November/December 2011, American Teacher and AFT On Campus)

Dogma is for the dogs
(Septembe/October 2011, American Teacher and AFT On Campus)

Of straw men and pension plans
(May/June 2011, American Teacher and AFT On Campus)

Recognizing the needs of older folks
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(March/April 2011, American Teacher)

And then ... life happens
(February 2011, American Teacher)

2010

No generation gap … they’re all at home
(December 2010/January 2011, American Teacher)

Economic insecurity spreads
(October/November 2010, American Teacher, and November/December 2010, AFT On Campus)

Do something … if it works, do it some more
(September 2010, American Teacher, and September/October 2010, AFT On Campus)

Knowing the score
(May/June 2010, American Teacher, and AFT On Campus)

To Roth or not to Roth—that is the question
(March/April 2010, American Teacher, and AFT On Campus)

Paralysis by analysis
(February 2010, American Teacher)

Don't miss out on the next buying opportunity
(December 2009/January 2010, American Teacher, and January/February 2010, AFT On Campus)

2009

The paradox of thrift
(April 2009, American Teacher)

There's an elephant in the room
(March 2009, American Teacher, and March/April 2009, AFT On Campus)

2008

Some days you eat the bear ... some days the bear eats you
(September 2008, American Teacher, and September/October 2008, AFT On Campus)

2007

Estate Settlement 101
(December 2007/January 2008, American Teacher, and January/February 2008, AFT On Campus)

Pick a card—but not just any card
(October 2007, American Teacher, and November/December 2007, AFT On Campus)

Junk food for thought
(March/April 2007, American Teacher, and AFT On Campus)

2006

New year's resolution: Pay yourself first
(September 2006, American Teacher, and AFT On Campus)

2005

Preparing a 'grab and go' kit for an emergency
(December 2005/January 2006, American Teacher, and AFT On Campus)

Free credit reports . . . that's a FACT
(September 2005, American Teacher, and AFT On Campus)

2004

Phish Phood: Fighting identity theft
(October 2004, AFT On Campus, and November 2004, American Teacher)

 

 
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